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There was more than one World Cup in Moscow this summer – one event brings together people from all over the planet to change negative perceptions of street children
September issue available now online and in stores
Russia 2018 was regarded as a great World Cup – but how did you see it? The 2018 WSC survey lets you have your say. Did you enjoy the tournament? How did you watch it? Who did you like and dislike? How would you decide drawn knock-out games? And what would you change about WSC?
Loyal readers may recognise some questions from past surveys – we ask them to see how things change. We’re grateful for your response – it should take about ten minutes and you have the chance to win a WSC T-shirt.
THE 2018 SURVEY IS NOW CLOSED
When the Football League suggested scraping the rules that make programmes mandatory to produce they proved uproar, but the modern "matchday magazine" is an unrecognisable beast
Fans don't got to Brentford's stadium for prestige, they go for the local character and, recently, the brilliant entertainment
It's hard to maintain dignity every time your team lose, with either loud or quiet moods impossible to shake off for adults who should know better
In the early 1990s an unassuming defender was transformed into the hottest forward in England, firing his team to two cup finals before a bittersweet ending
July/August issue available now online and in stores
Many children have a natural obsession with the game and Football Beyond Borders are having huge success in channelling that enthusiasm into improving young people’s education
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Eighty-eight years on, people are still confused about which football was used in the first ever World Cup final after an argument erupted between Argentina and Uruguay